Thursday, April 1, 2010

Mr. Bruce Lee: The First Chinese Anti-Global Governance Celebrity. Chinese And Judaic Relations? Not A Chinaman's Chance Pt 4

Everyone needs to choose his own path.” - Yip Man, Wing Chun Grand Master

April's newsletter goes back in time when Global Governance Strategic Concepts glossed itself vainly with the moments of physical persuasion.

Global Governance Diplomacy is the cryptic tactical towards an unpractical occupation. It is not centered on the premise of respect and understanding but rather a strategy to occupy and dominate.

Mr. Bruce Lee experienced first hand, NATO's Democracy of the old Cold War, e.g., Britain's democracy, e.g. Austria's Democracy, e.g. commonly known as Western Democracy, the enormity of its occult nature and self-destructive spirit.

So, it may take many Western Historians, think tank researchers, college professors and others by surprise that they may have completely glossed over the essence of Sino-Western relations.

Mr. Burce Lee's Grand Master Martial Artist, Yip Man, knew this essence far too well.

Yip Man's experience with Sino-Japanese relations is just a few pages into early Global Governance history, and it is his story that has captivated a world-wide audience into seeing the other side of Western Democracy in Asian lands.

Yip Man's first motion picture biopic called “Ip Man” can be viewed on You Tube. "Ip Man was released theatrically in Hong Kong on 19 December 2008, receiving widespread acclaim from critics and audiences. The film grossed over US$21 million worldwide, despite not being released in North America and most of Europe. Following its success, Ip Man was nominated for 12 Hong Kong Film Awards, winning awards for Best Film and Best Action Choreography," excerpt from Wikipedia.

Yet, it is the second and final installment, “Ip Man 2”, which will debut on April 29, that will require the audience to partake the cup of democracy a little further. Arriving in Hong Kong with his family, Ip Man confronts the influence of Western/British ....

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